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Translation 1 - 31 of 31

IcelandicEnglish
þaðan {adv}thence [formal] [from the place previously mentioned]
Verbs
brautskráto graduate [from school]
Nouns
dýr undanvillingur {k}[a lamb that has gone astray from its mother]
mat. ábrystir {kv.ft}[dessert made from colostrum]
vökulög {hv.ft} [gamalt][law on rest periods for seafarers, especially on trawlers (from 1921)]
bókm. atómkvæði {hv}[modernist Icelandic poem from the period approx. 1940-1960]
bókm. atómljóð {hv}[modernist Icelandic poem from the period approx. 1940-1960]
veiðihlunnindi {hv.ft}[possibility of extra income from hunting and fishing]
varpi {k} [hlaðvarpi][slope from farmyard to hayfield]
jöklafýla {kv}[strong sulfur odor from a glacier]
mat. nautgripakjöt {hv}beef [from bull or cow ]
landbún. tað {hv}dung [esp. from horses]
þjóðhfr. Flæmingi {k}Fleming [person from Flanders]
nábrók {kv}necropants [tights made from the skin of a recently deceased man]
hern. saga strandhögg {hv}raid [from sea]
fró {kv}relief [from pain]
atv. uppsögn {kv}resignation [from a post, job]
skip ágjöf {kv}spray [from a wave]
2 Words: Others
albata {adj}fully recovered [from illness]
2 Words: Verbs
útskúfa e-mto cast sb. out [exclude from a community]
rukka e-n um e-ðto charge sb. for sth. [demand payment from]
þoka e-u tilto shift sth. slightly [move from its place]
norpato stand shivering [from cold]
koma niður á [e-ð kemur niður á e-m]to suffer from [sb. suffers from sth.]
2 Words: Nouns
bókm. atómskáldskapur {k}Atom poetry [modernist Icelandic poetry from the period approx. 1940-1960]
vistfr. peningalykt {kv} [óeiginl.] [lykt frá fiskbræðslu]money smell [fig.] [smell emanating from a seafood processing plant]
naglhreinsun {kv}nail removal [from wood]
mynt túrkmenskt manat {hv}Turkmenistani manat <TMT, m> [new manat from 1 January 2009]
3 Words: Nouns
vínlykt {kv} [af manni]smell of booze [coll.] [from the mouth]
norp {hv}standing outside shivering [from cold]
4 Words: Nouns
þjóðhfr. þorri {k}fourth month of winter [from mid-January to mid-February]
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